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Q. What is the EMI of Tata Nexon XM 2021 through CSD canteen?
  • For this, we would suggest you to exchange words with the CSD staff as they would be able to assist you better with the EMI details. Generally, 20 to 25 percent down payment is required on the ex-showroom price of a car. However, exact confirmation regarding EMI, down payment, interest, loan period and its procedure will be discussed by the bank only, as it depends upon individual eligibility. For more details, you may get in touch with the nearest authorized dealer in your city.
Q. I think there is a problem with the suspension in my Nexon, or does all Nexon have the same problem?
  • Tata Nexon offers a good ride quality with sure-footed mannerism. The setup is a tad bit firmer than before and coarse surfaces such as concrete can be felt inside the cabin, but not enough to cause discomfort. There is an underlying stiffness though and when you go over a bad piece of road, typically under construction ones with a series of potholes, the Nexon’s cabin does tend to move about horizontally.
Q. What is the CSD price of Tata Nexon XZA Plus AMT S?
  • The exact information regarding the CSD prices of the car can be only available at the authorized dealerships only. Moreover, we would suggest you to visit the nearest dealerships for further information. You may click on the given link and select your desired city for dealership details.
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Q. Tata Nexon, Nissan Magnite or Kia Sonet, which is the value for money budget of 8 lakhs?
  • All these cars are good enough. There’s very little to hold against Kia’s Sonet. It could do with more cabin width to seat five better, and also add at least one more variant for the automatic transmission. An aspect where not just the Sonet but Kia themselves as a manufacturer needs to prove their long term reliability and dependability. The Sonet is ticking all the right boxes otherwise. It’s delivering on the wow factor with pukka mini-SUV looks, quality interiors and a feature list that’d make you question paying a premium for larger SUVs. It’s being sensible and practical too, with loads of cubby holes and a large boot. You get proper automatics, and the engines on offer cover a wide range of usage. Kia’s Sonet is rewiring our expectations from sub-4-metre SUVs. It’s proving that a small vehicle can be big on experience.The Tata Nexon has made a lot of improvements in this facelift. It looks better, feels more premium on the inside and now has a feature list to walk shoulder to shoulder with much of the competition. Reasons to buy the Nexon however remain the same: its 5 star safety, ride comfort, the sound system, rear seat space and value for money mid variants. Where the Nexon fails to impress is its powertrain and the cabin practicality. The petrol engine, though powerful, feels less refined and isn't happy to be pushed. Also, Nexon is offering an AMT automatic at this price point, where the competition is offering torque converters or even DCTs. The cabin storage for everyday items is still lacking. And the new steering and instrument cluster are unable to better the driver's experience. Overall, though it is a better Nexon, it fails to hit it out of the park. Minor bugbears aside, the Nexon continues to be a sensible small SUV for the family. It does become the default choice if you want space for five and their luggage, and a comfortable ride. However, if it's polish and latest tech you're after, the Nexon might feel a little rough around the edges.If we talk about Nissan Magnite, at its introductory price of Rs 4.99 lakh - Rs 9.35 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the Nissan Magnite is a very tempting proposition and takes a different position vs its many rivals. This pricing will be applicable only till 31 December but along with that, this package does have some compromises too. For example, the cabin experience isn’t rich and fitment quality is of a budget grade. Many buyers do believe that SUV = diesel power and that isn’t an option that you get here either. Also, while it does get a turbo petrol engine, it isn’t complemented with a driving dynamics package that’s particularly exciting. Of course, Nissan’s sales and service network is also going into revival mode and its rivals have a clear upper hand here. Simply put, if you want the most premium and sophisticated pick from the segment, the Magnite probably isn’t for you. But if you want an SUV that’s spacious, practical, well loaded and comfortable to drive, all delivered at a price tag that’s serious value for money, the Magnite is certainly worth considering.You may compare all these cars accordingly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
  • Mr Sandeep, I agree with u.. Magnite is very spacious, comfortable & also full paisa vasool car (especially 1.0 Turbo engine XV CVT). But unfortunately, I dropped the plan buying mangnite since we don't have a Nissan showroom and service centre in my city. So ended up with Sonet HTX IMT variant.
  • Considering practicality of interior space management, leg room and the super smooth city driving experience, magnite is undoubtedly the best choice. The sonet looks good from outside but disappoints seriously when one enters inside.
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Q. I decided to buy a new petrol sub 4 meter SUV. My choices are KIA Sonet HTK or TATA Nexon XM or Maruti Vitara brezza LXI. Having lot bits of confusion choosing the right vehicle, Since each model having its own Pros and Cons. I don't have any particular requirements. But it should be overall good in engine performance, ride quality, safety, mileage, material quality, etc. Please suggest your opinion so that it will be very much helpful for me to buy a right car.
  • Selecting one would depend on certain factors such as budget, brand preference, drivability, preference of the features, etc. Among the options, if you are looking for a feature rich car with smooth engine options and a premium quality interior, then we would suggest you to opt for the Kia Seltos. The base variant of Maruti Vitara Brezza does not offer much of the features and the cabin feels bare-bone. On the other hand, if you can stretch you budget a little further then the XM (S) variant of Tata Nexon could be a good option too. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of comfort and compatibility. You may click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - [New Tata Nexon XM (S) Is The Most Affordable Car In India To Come With A Sunroof@https://www.zigwheels.com/news-features/news/tata-nexon-xm-s-variant-launched-at-rs-836-lakh-gets-a-sunroof/39628/
  • I too was in the same dilemma - I was confused between top variants of Sonet and Nexon and mid variants of Creta which are all similarly priced (budget of 15-16 lakhs). Nexon has the best suspension and ride quality over bad roads, Sonet has the most features, Creta is bigger and more SUV like. So which one to choose? I spent a lot of time researching the pros and cons of each car and more than that I made a list of the most important features I wanted in my new car and finally arrived on Kia Sonet. 1) Great performance - I’m a car enthusiast and drive for fun instead of need. It’s mostly long drives and less city drive and I wanted a peppy fun to drive engine. I test drove Sonet and Nexon
  • Guys, Just go for NEXON. It was awesome car with 3 drive modes. If you are looking for mileage s**t to ECO mode, if you want performance shift to SPORTS mode. Its serves both the purposes. Its our wish. Coming to Comfort, Safety, Build Quality NEXON is par better in its segment. Looks wise 2020 Facelift is having definitely a good look. I don't want to comment on looks as its personal touchbase for everyone. It differs from person to peronsFINALY I VOT FOR NEXON
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Q. What is the minimum waiting period for Nexon? Which is the best selling varient of Nexon .This will help to get the Nexon as soon as possible
  • Tata dealers are so worst. I booked my nexon on 14th dec but still there is no update from Sagar Motor, Delhi. Even I went to showroom so many times and everytime they have no idea about when car will be allocated. Even I register a complaint against dealer. But Tata customer care service is also worst. They didn't take any action. No matter car is good or bad. Important thing is customer service which totally worst from tata. I think they should stop selling car when they can't provide proper service to customer or if they want to save their company then please cancel dealership of such dealers like Sagar motor.
  • Tata dealership is so worst. I contact Tata dealership on Dec first week on month he updated I will provide Tata Nexon with in week .After long time when I contact to sales executive please wait I will provide you vehicle. On 8 Jan he said please deposit booking amount the vehicle is coming soon. I have taken lone from bank. When I call The sales executive daily updates please wait very soon I provide the vehicle. On 18 Feb I call sales executive he told me please return the payment I can't provide the vehicle Tata goldrus Faizabad road is my dealer.
  • Pl ask the sales executive to send details of allocation like chassis number, Engine no. Please verify the chassis no (means the 10th and 12th character shud b am and A/B) am for 2021 and A for Jan, B for Feb. He may ask you to make partial payment. In my case I confirmed his allocation mail and transferred the car loan AMT 5.5L and informed in mail that cheque of remaining amount will be given after PDI. After 7 days I was informed that vehicle is ready for PDi. I did PDI and given cheque for balance amount. After 6 days got the vehicle delivered
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